Mount Barker Township Allotment Details

The following information gives details of the early ownership of the individual allotments created for the township of Mount Barker in South Australia. 

This information is based on material researched and compiled by Reg Butler (Hahndorf Historian) over a considerable period of time (with some later modifications and additions by Tony Finnis), and reproduced with permission.

Mount Barker Special Survey

The Mount Barker Special Survey Land Grant was given to William Hampden Dutton under the hands and seal of George Gawler, Commissioner of Public Lands for the Colony of South Australia on 3 July 1840.  This Deed, after reciting the Authority of the Commissioner, set out that a sum of £4,000 had been paid in advance to the Treasurer on 11 January 1839.  The Land Grant was originally held by William Hampden Dutton on behalf of the partnership of himself, Duncan Macfarlane and John Finnis.

Township of Mount Barker

Mount Barker Original Allotment Layout - Special Survey Sections 4467, 4472, 4473 and 4477.Sections 4467, 4473, 4472, and 4477 of the Special Survey had been designated for the new Township of Mount Barker and under instruction from the Partners these Sections were surveyed and laid out into 169 town allotments and 41 suburban allotments of various sizes, setting aside sufficient provisions for public roads and ways.

Allotments:

The allotments have been listed in groups which can be accessed from the links shown below:

  • Original Township  -  Special Survey Sections:  4467, 4472, 4473, 4477
  • Mount Barker North  (additional extension)  -  Special Survey Section: 4478
    • Allotment Numbers:   [ 1 to 58 ]

'RPA' prior to the relevant details indicates that by this time the respective allotment ownership was recorded under the Torrens Title property management system, SA Real Property Act 1858.

 

When an Allotment Number group above is accessed the details of these allotments will be attached to the bottom of this header.

Mount Barker Original Layout  (Allotment Nos. 101 to 150)

Allotment 101- (6941; 82/177)

Mount Barker 1926

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 -  RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 102 - (6941; 82/177), (26785; 1165/82), (28267; 1771/35)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • The land did not sell.  The trustees sub-divided the property into thirds for outright transfer to each of the original proprietors or his descendants.
  • Eastern Third - (6941; 82/177)
  • Application 6941
    • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
    • 30/11/1864 - To the trustees of the WH Dutton Estate 10/-, with the approval of the families of John Finnis and Duncan Macfarlane.
    • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
    • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron Esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
    • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied
  • Middle Third of Allotment 102
  • Application 26785 - Commonwealth Government.
    • 30/11/1864 - To John Finnis Esquire Adelaide 10/-, by agreement of the representatives of the Dutton and MacFarlane families.
    • 16/4/1867 - To Henry Hobhouse Turton Esquire Adelaide  £26/6/8.
  • Western Third of Allotment 102
  • Application 28267 - State Government.
    • 30/11/1864 - To John Taylor Esquire Rylands, Adelaide 10/-, as trustee for the estate of the late Duncan MacFarlane.
    • 1/12/1864 - To Henry Hobhouse Turton Esquire Adelaide  10/-.
    • No further conveyance from HH Turton.
    • 23/4/1913 -  RPA:  The Commonwealth of Australia. Value £120, for Lot 101, Pt Lots 100, pt 102, pt 103 (see map). The Federal Government acquired the land by compulsory acquisition. Commonwealth Government Gazette 16/3/1916 pp 602/3.
    • 2/8/1913 - RJ Birt constable in charge of the Mt Barker police station wrote a letter.  Docket CLO 540/13, re transfer of police paddock to military authorities for a drill hall. that the two allotments in question comprise about one acre of land only, and are daily used by the police for police purposes, being the only paddock available as a run for the police horses, and it is absolutely essential in the interests of the animals that the police department should retain possession of the land.  The paddock is also used on several occasions during the year for accommodating the police horses at the neighbouring stations, whenever the police officers are absent on leave.  I would mention, having the interests of the police horses at heart, that I have fenced off a small portion of the northern end of Allotments 100, 101, and am having the same cultivated, with the intention of planting lucerne, also a windlass and appliances have been erected on the station well, and a drain made, so that the lucerne can be irrigated during the summer months.  This work has been performed at my own expense, and should it prove successful, it will mean a saving to the Department in forage, besides of great benefit to the health of the police horses.  Inspector GW Orr added a note: It is absolutely necessary that these allotments should be retained for police purposes, as a run for the police horses and for the safe keeping of stolen horses, cattle and sheep therein which may occur at any moment.
    • 7/8/1939 - Alfred Bertram Fry bootmaker Mt Barker declared: He was born on 25/12/1875.  He had been a Mt Barker Councillor for 15 years. He had lived in Mt Barker for 49 years.  All the buildings on the map were erected before 1890.  The old police station was knocked down at the beginning of 1939, when the old post and rail fence was also knocked down and replaced by posts and wire.  The land on which the horses were depastured was known as the police paddock.  With the permission of the officer in charge at the police each time, he often played football on the land.
    • 7/8/1939 - Andrew George Bowyer District Clerk Mt Barker declared: I was appointed Clerk on 23/1/1939.  The State Government agreed to sell pt of Lot 100 to the Mt Barker District Council in November 1938.  The Council then fenced off the area and erected the Council Chambers.
    • 23/8/1939 - Gustav Adolph Immanuel Liebing saddler Mt Barker declared: I was born on 11 June 1876.  He lived in Mt Barker all his life.  Post and rail fence erected around the police property in 1890.  The land adjacent to the Court House had a wooden picket fence.
    • 6/9/1940 - RPA:  Commissioner for Public Works. Value £1,280, for pts 100, 102, 103 (see map).  The District Council of Mt Barker occupied pt 100 by agreement; it agreed to purchase at the beginning of 1939.
    • 10/10/1940 - Walter George Heairfield conveyancing clerk in the Crown Solicitor’s office.  He looked at the GRO Plan 81/1865 of Mt Barker. Lots 100-104 marked as Police barracks.  He also looked at Field Book 24 p80. Corporal H Ide of the Royal Sappers and Miners had made a map of the Mt Barker Police Station, dated 13/10/1847.  Additions made to the old police station in January 1848 - numerous references to repairs and renovations to the old police station and surrounding fence in the Architect-in-Chief’s correspondence until the new police station was built facing Gawler St in 1878.  The old police station floor was removed in 1925.  Court House erected in 1865.  At times, AG Sutherland and AJ Cleggett had successive applications for grazing rights on the old police paddock since June 1938, and was still so leased.

Allotment 103 - (27054), (27408; 1402/95), (28267; 1771/35)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • Application 27408 - Commonwealth Government application; a small piece facing Hutchinson St and against Lot 104, to the rear of the Post Office.  This all became land for the Post-Master General.
  • 5/10/1925 - RPA:  Commonwealth of Australia.  Value not stated, with part Lot 105.  Title to the Commonwealth of Australia.
  • Application 28267 - State Government application.
  • 6/9/1940 - RPA:  Commissioner for Public Works. Value £1,280, for pts 100, 102, 103 (see map).

Allotment 104 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 6941
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 197/80 Memorial
  • 14/6/1859 - William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide.
  • LTO 82/177
  • 11/5/1885 - Charlotte da Silva Dutton died.  Henry Percival Moore, Manager of the SA Company the executor.  Lots 102-104, still unsold of her lots in Gawler St.
  • 25/9/1918 - HP Moore to HM King George V.
  • LTO 1175/130
  • 13/2/1922 - Sub-division took place
  • LTO 3884/45 Gawler St - Hutchinson St corner
  • Subdivision 1Gawler St - Hutchinson St corner
  • Post Office and Telegraph Office.
    • 25/9/1918 - HP Moore to HM King George V.  Because the Mt Barker post office and telegraph office had been built on Allotment 104 for many years, the 1918 land transfer formally tidied up ownership settled long beforehand.
    • 13/2/1922 - Postmaster-General’s Department.  By sub-division.  LTO 3884/45
    • LTO 3884/45 - Gawler st-Hutchinson St corner
  • Subdivision 2Gawler St-McLaren St corner
  • Police Station and Court House.
    • 25/9/1918 - HP Moore to HM King George V.  Because the Mt Barker police station, post office and telegraph office had been built on Allotment 104 for many years, the 1918 land transfer formally tidied up ownership settled long beforehand.
    • 13/2/1922 - SA Police Department.  By sub-division.  LTO 3884/46
    • LTO 3884/46 - Gawler st-McLaren St corner.
    • Part lots 101 and 102 also for police and court business.  These are situated in Hutchinson St.

Allotment 105 (6010)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 30/11/1864 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane, by direction of Messrs Dutton and others to John Finnis gent Adelaide.
  • John Finnis sub-divided the land.  Half 105 and 106 to form a corner block.  The other half opens to Mann St.  A road formerly divided them.  This must have been closed at the time.  Advertisements indicate that J Finnis had undertaken sub-division of Allotments 105-106 together in 1849.  Several short streets (including Gilles St, the main street) were laid out to provide access.  However, Mrs Starling was the first purchaser - and bought the entire sub-division.
  • Application 6010
  • LTO 68/153 - corner of Gawler & McLaren St
    • 18/2/1865 - Mrs Louisa Starling storekeeper Mt Barker
    • 2/5/1884 - William Macarty 7 year lease
    • 24/9/1891 - Starling to Sydney Cope tailor Mt Barker
    • 1/2/1923 - Valleck Cartwright Mallan 8 year lease
    • 16/8/1928 - Lease resumed
    • 26/9/1928 - Cope to Alfred William Paterson accountant Mt Barker
    • 21/12/1928 - Paterson to Thomas George Symonds butcher Mt Barker
    • TG Symonds sub-divided pt 106 off at this stage.  The new boundaries went along the site of the closed roads.
  • LTO 1669/127
    • 3/8/1939 - Land facing Mann St to Lionel Albert Matthews storekeeper Mt Barker. The new boundaries went along the site of the closed roads.
  • LTO 1732/141
    • 5/6/1944 - TG Symonds died.  Executor Trustees and Florence Hilda Symonds widow Mt Barker executors.
    • 14/3/1963 - To Vinden Charles Symonds butcher Mt Barker
    • 18/9/1967 - To Donald Charles Symonds cafe proprietor Gawler St, Mt Barker, and Rosalie Elizabeth, his wife
    • 10/5/1973 - To Barker Development Pty Ltd, 84 Main St, Hahndorf
    • 8/7/1973 - To Seane Investments Pty Ltd Lot 9, Murrays Hill Road, Coromandel Valley
    • 5/5/1976 - This land divided into three titles.  Shop to Oakhill Pty Ltd
    • Metric title 4068/666.
    • Also 4086/665 and 664.
  • LTO 68/191
  • John Finnis gent Adelaide.  Land still unoccupied. this faced Mann St.  Or is it McLaren St? Check.

Allotment 106 (6010 68/153 & 191)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 30/11/1864 - Newland, Gwynne, Macfarlane, by direction of Messrs Dutton and others, to John Finnis gent Adelaide
  • John Finnis sub-divided the land.  Gilles St through the middle.
  • Application 6010 - 72 Gawler St
  • LTO 68/153 -  corner of Gawler & Mann St. Linked with pt 105
  • 18/2/1865 - Mrs Louisa Starling storekeeper Mt Barker
  • 8/2/1865 - Mrs Louisa Starling storekeeper Mt Barker
  • 2/5/1884 - William Macarty 7 year lease
  • 24/9/1891 - Starling to Sydney Cope tailor Mt Barker
  • 5/11/1883 - Louisa Starling died Keswick, daughter Louisa (Mrs PW Jones), aged 76.  Late of Mt Barker.  One of the earliest shopkeepers in the town.
  • 1/2/1923 - Valleck Cartwright Mallan 8 year lease
  • 16/8/1928 - Lease resumed
  • 26/9/1928 - Cope to Alfred William Paterson accountant Mt Barker
  • 21/12/1928 - Paterson to Thomas George Symonds butcher Mt Barker
  • TG Symonds sub-divided pt 106 off at this stage.
    • LTO 1669/128
    • 23/10/1936 - Symonds to Vindin Charles Symonds butcher Mt Barker
    • 3/8/1951 - To Olga Hilda Douglass married woman Mt Barker
    • 12/11/1953 - To Arthur Day, Ernest Day, Alfred Andrew Day farmers Biggs Flat
    • 8/8/1961 - Alfred Andrew Day died.
    • 27/9/1967 - Arthur Day died.
    • 28/4/1969 - Ernest Day farmer Echunga inherited
    • 23/6/1969 - To Walter Bert Fox retired 63 Main St, Hahndorf and Clara Ella, his wife
    • LTO 3654/166
    • 28/7/1991 - WB Fox died.
    • 5070/699 & 700 - Sub-division under Metric titles.
    • LTO 68/191
  • John Finnis gent Adelaide.  Land still unoccupied.  [Book not available at the moment. check.]
  • Sub-division under Metric titles 5070/699 & 700.

Allotment 107 - (11655; 160/64)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 9/5/1871 - To William Rollison gentleman Mt Barker £214, for lots 107, 108, 109.  He occupied the land.
  • 24/8/1871 - RPA:  Rollison.  Value £214, for lots 107, 108.

Allotment 108 - (11655; 160/64)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 9/5/1871 - To William Rollison gentleman Mt Barker £214, for lots 107.  He occupied the land.
  • 24/8/1871 - RPA:  Rollison.  Value £214, for lots 107, 108.

Allotment 109 - (11549; 158/182)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland  ‘in consideration of divers good services rendered’’.
  • 23/8/1853 - To John Baker Esquire Adelaide £50.
  • 3/8/1851 - RPA:  Baker, of Morialta Esquire.  Value 45.  Title to Baker.  John Rundle the weekly tenant.

Allotment 110 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 111 - (9480; 122/198)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 4/8/1854 - To James Greenfield butcher Mt Barker £100.
  • 30/11/1861 - To John Dunn Esquire Mt Barker £200.
  • 8/9/1868 - RPA:  Dunn.  Value £100.  Title to William Rollison police trooper Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 112 - (9350; 120/106)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 29/6/1851 - To Jane Bathgate spinster Adelaide £100.
  • 8/8/1855 - To Richard Bullock Andrews Esquire Mt Barker £105.  J Bathgate now of parts beyond the sea.
  • 22/7/1868 - RPA:  Andrews.  Value £165, for lot 112 and pt lot 36.  Title lot 112 to William Rollison.

Allotment 113 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s bankrupt estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 114 - (23266; 620/124)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 7/10/1849 - To John Banks Shepherdson farmer Mt Barker township £295.
  • 17/6/1890 - To William Gray Esquire Mt Barker £300.  Shepherdson now of Wallaroo.
  • 6/1/1896 - William Gray died.  His executors, William Selby Douglas and Robert Moore Steele gentlemen Adelaide, sold the land.
  • 21/1/1897 - RPA:  The executors.  Value £300.  Title to Richard William Samuel Dainty general dealer Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.
  • LTO 620/124
  • 15/5/1897 - Richard William Samuel Dainty general dealer Mt Barker
  • 9/8/1926 - 3 year lease to Ann Pearl Lucas
  • 28/9/1930 - RWS Dainty died.  Executor Marion Elizabeth Dainty widow Payneham
  • 5/2/1931 - She inherited the land.
  • 18/2/1944 - Dainty to Winifred Watson Fleet Meningie and Gladys Muriel Watson Langhorne Creek married women
  • 16/9/1947 - Marion Elizabeth Dainty died.
  • 21/3/1950 - Watson to Frederick Bowden dairy farmer Narrung her share of the land
  • 24/8/1949 - WW Fleet died.  Frederick Bowden executor.
  • 4/5/1950 - Executor to Phyllis Miers married woman and Alfred James Miers fitter Mt Barker
  • LTO 2079/103
  • 19/10/1951 - Miers to Michael Joseph McMahon dairyman Mt Barker and Caroline Selby, his wife.
  • 23/11/1981 - To Environmental Holdings Pty Ltd, 134 The Parade, Norwood and Michael Duffield investor 4 Bernhardt Crescent Hahndorf
  • The land sub-divided:
    • 15/4/1983 - G & H Prosser Pty Ltd  [See elsewhere]
    • Metric title 4208/411
  • Balance of the land
    • Metric title 4208/412

Allotment 115

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - Allotment released to Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne upon certain trusts for lease or sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment not appropriated in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.

Allotment 116 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130,, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 117 - (200; 4/59, 60)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £400, for lots 117, 152, 200, 209.
  • 19/1/1859 - RPA:  Cornelius and Stone. Value £700. Title to the applicants.

Allotment 118 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 119 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 120 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 121 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 122 - (S 2391; 2598/81)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 16/7/1858 - To William Paltridge farmer Mt Barker  £30.
  • 9/3/1860 - To the Rev’d Michael O’Brien Catholic clergyman Mt Barker  £135.
  • 21/9/1863 - To Robert Peake yeoman Mt Barker  £100.
  • 6/5/1902 - To Annie Peake spinster Mt Barker  £5.
  • 1951904 - To Robert Peake carrier Mt Barker  £50.
  • c1950 - Robert Peake died.  His executor, James Dennis Peake labourer Two Wells, sold the land.
  • 18/ 7/1950 - To Harold Clark Williams farmer Mt Barker  £1,032/10/-.
  • 9/7/1952 - To Jean Horwood Ramsay spinster Longwood  £1,040.
  • ?7/10/1955 - To Edward Elvin Heinrich storekeeper Mt Barker, and Letitia Rachel Heinrich his wife  £700.
  • 22/7/1958 - LTO CT issued to the Heinrichs.

Allotment 123 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130,, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 124 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 125 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied.

Allotment 126 - (15546; 241/168)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 20/3/1860 - To the Rev’d Michael O’Brien Roman Catholic clergyman Mt Barker £5.
  • 21/10/1876 - RPA:  O’Brien.  Value £25.  Title to Robert Peake farmer Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 127 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
    • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
    • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s bankrupt estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 128 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 129 - (6949; 78/143)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 27/9/1851 - To Andreas Hultgren yeoman Mt Barker £14.
  • 11/9/1865 - RPA:  Hultgren, now cabinetmaker Collingwood Vic.  Value £23/15/-.  Title to Friend Cleggett farmer Mt Barker.  Weekly tenant Mrs Simmonds.

Allotment 130 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 131 - (966; 11/139)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 6/12/1859 - RPA:  Henry Bugg labourer Mt Barker, as intending purchaser from John Finnis.  Value £25.  Title to Bugg.

Allotment 132 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 133 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 134 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 135 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 136 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 137 - (15737; 248/1)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • Application 15737
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 13/8/1872 - John Finnis died.  Part of his estate saved for his family.  Land held in trust for his son John Mercer Finnis an infant.  J Finnis’s wife, Mary Ann Finnis nee Russell, to be the trustee.  She had use of the land while she lived, for the upkeep of her and her son.
  • 2/2/1877 - RPA:  Mary Ann Finnis, on behalf of her son, now aged 20.  Value £440, for lots 93, 94, 119, 124, 132, 134, 137, 160, 176, 185, 199.

Allotment 138 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memoria)l  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 139 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England. Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 140 - (4569; 47/185), (28804; 2495/147)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • He sub-divided lot 140.
  • Application 4596 - the western portion facing Hampden Road
    • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £, for pt lot 140, lot 143 - recited, but not produced.
    • 12/1/1859 - To George Bollen gentleman Mt Barker £62.
    • 12/11/1863 - RPA:  Bollen now accountant Mt Barker.  Value £70, for pt lot 140, lot 142.  Title to John Raison labourer Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.
  • Application 28804 - eastern portion facing Victoria Crescent and Hampden Road.
    • 13/9/1854 - To Samuel Mosley fellmonger Mt Barker £12/10/-.
    • 1889-1920 - Eliza Hunt owned the land.  [Was she a Mosley???]
    • 4/2/1920 - Eliza Hunt died.  Estate to remain in trust until all her children had died.  The executors to sell the land.  Executors Earld Alexander Hunt farmer and Henry Bruce Chapman licensed land broker Mt Barker.
    • 13/8/1956 - RPA:  The executors.  Value £20.  Title to Charles Henry Mosley Hunt farmer Mt Barker, who already occupied the land.

Allotment 141 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 142 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 143 - (4596; 47/185)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 12/12/1855 - To Frederick Stone gentleman and Richard Cornelius innkeeper Mt Barker £, for pt lot 140, and lot 143 - recited, but not produced.
  • 12/1/1859 - To George Bollen gentleman Mt Barker £62.
  • 12/11/1863 - RPA:  Bollen now accountant Mt Barker.  Value £70, for pt lot 140, lot 142.  Title to John Raison labourer Mt Barker.  He already occupied the land.

Allotment 144 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 145 - (12067; 171/222)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 24/9/1840 - To Richard Francis Newland and Edward Castres Gwynne Esquires Adelaide, upon trust for sale.
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 6/12/1844 - To Francis Mitchell Esquire Sydney £670, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments.
  • 25/4/1854 - To George Wright Hawkes Esquire Adelaide £1,045, for 8 township and 8 suburban allotments in Mt Barker.
  • 14/12/1855 - To George Crutchett tailor Mt Barker £40/8/9.  He mortgaged land in Mt Barker and Littlehampton to the South-Eastern District Permanent Building and Investment Society, and became a bankrupt.  The Society sold the land.
  • 26/2/1872 - RPA:  The Society.  Value £300, with other land in Mt Barker and Littlehampton.  Title for Lot 145 to John Raison.

Allotment 146 - (6941; 82/177)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by William Hampden Dutton in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 23/12/1840 - Trustees appointed to administer WH Dutton’s bankrupt estate.  John William Gosling merchant Wooloomooloo (d 21/7/1852, aged 52), Arthur Kemmis merchant Melbourne (died 8/2/1842, aged 35), and Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith esquire Pt Stephens.  The last three survived in 1865.
  • 15/6/1846 - The Chief Commissioner, Insolvent Court, District of Port Phillip, issued a Certificate of Insolvency for William Hampton Dutton.
  • 21/11/1849 - WH Dutton merchant Melbourne died intestate.  His eldest surviving son, William Broughton Dutton, inherited at law.
  • 14/6/1859 - (197/80 Memorial)  William Broughton Dutton gentleman North Adelaide, will, leaving all his estate to his mother, Charlotte da Silva Dutton, including lots at Mt Barker.  Executors - Robert Waters Moore surgeon Adelaide and John Taylor Esquire Ryelands.
  • 27/6/1863 - WB Dutton died.
  • 10/1/1865 - Gordon Sandeman merchant Sydney, George Ward Cole merchant Melbourne Jones Agnew Smith Esquire Pt Stephens sole surviving trustees of WH Dutton’s estate ‘in trust to sell and dispose of the same to and for the use and benefit of the creditors of the said WH Dutton’.  They sold to Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney for £200, ‘pieces or parcels and allotments of land situate lying and being in the township of Mt Barker’ and ‘all those pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being near the township of Mt Barker and the lands suburban thereto numbered as in the second schedule
  • 7/9/1865 - Ewen Wallace Cameron esquire Sydney to Charlotte da Silva Dutton widow North Adelaide £200.  1, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 33, 34, 38, 41, 43, 44, 52, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 67, 70, 72, 90, 101, (one third of allotment 102), 104, 110, 113, 118, 120, 121, 125, 127, 133, 135, 136, 138, 146, 156, 158, 161 allotments in Mt Barker.  Plus suburban 172, 186, 187, 193, 194.
  • 24/11/1865 - RPA:  Charlotte da Silva Dutton.  Land unoccupied

Allotment 147 - (6877; 82/210)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one.  It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey.  The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.
  • 25/10/1865 - RPA:  Walker Esquire 19 Bishopsgate, London, Middlesex, England.  Value £700, for lots 76, 77, 91, 92, 116, 123, 128, 130, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 151, 154, 162, 164, 165, 166, 170, 171, 177, 197, 198.  Title to Henry Hobhouse Turton gentleman Adelaide.

Allotment 148 - (Application 343; 6/25)

  • 3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton
  • 2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.
  • 10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.
  • 1/6/1858 - To Robert George Uphill a minor, son of George Uphill mail contractor Mt Barker £5.
  • 3/5/1859 - RPA:  Uphill.  His father applied for him.  Value £20.  Title to RG Uphill Junr.

Allotment 149 - (12053; 166/181)

3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton

 

Allotment 150 - (8189; 99/237)

3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton

2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by John Finnis in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.

10/5/1851 - Release of certain Allotments from William Hampden Dutton's estate by William Brougham Dutton to John Finnis in accordance with instructions issued by the Supreme Court on 20/1/1851.  These had not previously been transferred to John Finnis as required by the ballot held between the Partners on 2/10/1840 and Indenture dated 16/10/1841.

18/8/1859 - To Richard Cornelius miner Paringa Mine £40/10/-, for lots 150, 168.

13/3/1867 - RPA:  Cornelius now Mt Barker.  Value £1,000, with other land in the district.  Title to Cornelius. Unnamed tenants.

3/7/1840 – Land Grant to William Hampden Dutton

2/10/1840 - Allotment appropriated by Duncan Macfarlane in ballot held by the Partners on 2 October 1840 to divide Special Survey township lots.

10/5/1847 - Absolute purchase by Archibald Walker (of London, late Sydney) for sum of £400 to Duncan Macfarlane of 13 Suburban and 45 Mount Barker Town allotments, including this one. It would appear that Archibald Walker of Sydney foreclosed on Duncan Macfarlane as had defaulted on repayments for loan/s taken out by him for the initial purchase of his portion of the Special Survey. The £400 purchase price represented the difference between the total property value and the residual loan amount outstanding.

1/4/1859 - To Patrick O’Brien labourer Mt Barker £30.

15/5/1872 - RPA O’Brien, now farmer. Value £100. Title to Mary MacFarlane widow Mt Barker. She already occupied the land.